Lucas Oil 10076 SAE 15W40 Magnum High TBN CI-4 Engine Oil, 4 Gallon
Synthetic Blend Oil Type, 15W40 Oil Weight, 4 gallons Liquid Measurement
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Lucas 15W-40 Magnum High TBN CI-4 Engine Oil is a blend of high quality base oils and an additive package that allows extended drain intervals and a much higher degree of protection from metal to metal contact. This product is excellent for gasoline engines.
The exclusive additive package in Lucas 15W-40 Motor Oil insures a protective film on parts at all times. Also, the additive package is more resistant to break down from the solvents in diesel fuel than common additive packages found in regular 15W-40 blends.
Motor oil is usually changed because it's contaminated with combustion by-products, not because it's worn out. The high detergent action of Lucas 15W-40 allows up to twice as much contamination to be held in suspension and still have good lubrication qualities.
SAE 15W-40 Magnum (High TBN) is designed for use in pre 2007 trucks without diesel particulate filters. This oil blend is very effective in engines using high sulfur fuels.
- Extended Drain Intervals
- Lower Operating Temperatures
- Higher Degree of Lubricity
- Higher Oil Pressure
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